Only a few days removed from losing their season opener on Monday Night Football, the intergalactic championship favorite New York Jets are still answering questions about the accusations by
Pulitzer-winning TV Azteca reporter Ines Sainz. Sainz, of course, became a household name after she Tweeted that Jets players were harassing her during one of their team practices in New Jersey. Jets Coach Rex Ryan assured the media that his team is an open book and they are fully cooperating, adding, “Mmmmm, butterface.”
Ryan claims he doesn’t know what Sainz is talking about; however, his name has been reported among the potential harassers in question. But when she was at the MNF game between the Jets and the Baltimore Ravens, Sainz was glad to answer questions about it. Then she was glad to go on the Today Show and talk about it. But, trust us, guys – she thinks it is being blown way out of proportion.
Heartfelt quote and video of Ines on the Today Show after the jump:
“I don’t feel that they attacked me in a sexual way,” she said. “I didn’t feel danger in the locker room. Uncomfortable? Yes. But I didn’t feel any danger or that at any minute it could be dangerous for me.” Source
Just the same way that when she was measuring players’ biceps at last year’s Super Bowl media day she didn’t feel any danger because she had them subdued. And when she had two Indianapolis Colts linemen hoist her up and carry her around, she wasn’t in danger because nobody could reach that high. By the way, that was the same Super Bowl media day at which she openly bragged that she was the “hottest reporter in sports.”
Also somehow falling into this nonsense is Washington Redskins RB Clinton Portis, who was reprimanded by the NFL after saying earlier this week on 106.7 The Fan in DC:
“You put a woman and you give her a choice of 53 athletes, somebody got to be appealing to her,” Portis said. “Somebody got to spark her interest or she’s gonna want somebody. I don’t know what kind of woman won’t, if you get to go and look at 53 men’s packages.”
So there you have it, men. A woman, when surrounded by 53 men, must choose her genital Highlander.